A worn pig of Roman shape found in 1894 when digging school foundations. The possiblilty that the face once had an inscription cannot be discounted. (1)
For Roman lead working in Carsington, see:
Roman Settlement (Carsington Site A), (SMR3209)
Roman Farmstead (Carsington Site B), (SMR3222)
Roman Settlement in Carsington, (SMR3244)
Lead pigs in pit, (SMR32432)
Roman Road, Buxton to Derby ('The Street'), (SMR99030)
Roman Pottery, (SMR3219)
Roman lead pig, (SMR3251)
Roman inscribed weighted lead pig, (SMR3252)
Article in serial: Barnatt, J. 1999. 'Prehistoric and Roman mining in the Peak District- present knowledge and future research', Mining History: The Bulletin of the Peak District Mines Historical Society.
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SK 2514 5245 (point)
CARSINGTON, DERBYSHIRE DALES, DERBYSHIRE
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